Friday, January 27, 2012

Old Person Ranting

One of my guilty pleasures and favorite things is eating the extra greasy cheese puffs at the bottom of the bag.  The ones that look like they are wet because of all the grease.  Those are my favorite.  I also like to stick as many as I can into my mouth at once and eat them.

We have new neighbors across the street.  I haven't met them.  We only know our neighbors through constant vigilance and observation.  These new ones are the youngest in the two buildings (ours and the one across from us) and there are three or four, and definitely one is a boy and one is a girl, and I don't remember what the third is.  My constant vigilance and observation powers are not very strong.  But I do know their cars.  They have small older red car that is boxy shaped and bright red.  They have bumper stickers of silly things on the windows, placed at angles.  The other car is black I think with funny sticker on it.  One sticker is of The Shocker.  The Shocker is a sign you make with your hands, where you hold your pointer finger and middle together out straight, bend your ring finger down and hold your pinky finger out straight.  The Shocker means "Two in the pink and one in the stink."  I apologize for having to relay to you the truth.

These kids are so silly, with their offensive bumper stickers and their hipster cars. What these kids do is park their car in front of the dumpster or on the curb on the curve on the hill.  It's sooo dangerous!  Everyone speeds around here and no one is expecting a car to be parked in the road.  They just park there because they are too lazy to walk from far away.  It's not even that far's just not directly in front of your building.  They also left a comforter out on the porch in a pile for a week.  Josh was really concerned about that for some reason.  I figured it got puked on and they didn't know what to do so they set it outside for a while.

The only people who really say hi to us in our complex are the little kids.  They are forever saying hi.  We always say hi back.  One little girl has lived here since we moved it 2.5 yrs ago.  Back then she was just perfecting her ability to walk and get in a car.  Now she can do it on her own no problem and says hi to us.  The mom wears scrubs, so she works somewhere with scrubs as a uniform.  Every morning she gets the girl in her car and drives somewhere and then comes back in the afternoon.

Good story, bro.


suekimmy said...

Thank you for the update on your neighbors. :)

Heather said...

Dudebro, this is not old person ranting, this is sane person ranting.